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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

Eastern District until his liquidation in 1938. Communists flocked into the Kuomintang and many entered its central committee and its military academy at Whampoa. When Chiang had received the full benefit of Moscow's support he made a sharp aboutface and on May 20, 1926, eliminated Communists from all important positions. Stalin, however, avoided a clean break with Chiang, hoping to outwit him later.
I was staying, at this time, at the hotel known before the revolution as the Kniazi Dvor. Living on the same floor with me was General Feng, the Christian General. Despite the about-face in May, the Comintern leaders were still confident of their approaching victory in China. Feng was in Moscow manoeuvring to arrange an alliance against Chiang-Kai-Shek. Great importance was attached to his visit by the Soviet leaders, who dragged him to meetings and parties and boosted him as a leader of the Chinese masses. Feng played his part admirably, promising everywhere in ringing speeches to fight for the victory of Leninism in China.
Almost every day I saw a new crate of books and pamphlets delivered to the door of his suite, where Ogpu soldiers stood guard. I spoke to Feng several times, partly in English, partly in Russian. He was a typical Chinese war-lord, to whom nothing in the world was more foreign than the Leninism with which he was being bombarded. Like so many others, he proved a disappointment. He returned to China without opening the crates of books, and never gave another moment's thought to the "Leninist" promises he had made in Moscow.
In December 1927, after Chiang had completed his job by shooting and decapitating thousands of Communists in Shanghai, the Comintern sent Heinz

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